Penwiper Plant – Kalanchoe marmorata


Well rooted plant ± 12 cm in height

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The Penwiper Plant or Kalanchoe marmorata is a shrub-like succulent that can grow 30 to 40 cm tall and 45 to 50 cm wide. The leaves are large and gently scalloped on the edges.

The foliage bears purple splotches on the creamy greenish-yellow leaves. In spring, this plant adds even more interest as it produces tall clusters of tiny white starry flowers. The flowers make excellent long-lasting cut flowers or can be part of an everlasting bouquet.

This species is native to Central and West Africa, from Zaire to Ethiopia, Sudan, and Somalia.

Toxic to Dogs
Species of the Kalanchoe marmorata genus are extremely toxic to dogs. If you suspect your dog has eaten any quantity of a penwiper plant plant, you should seek veterinary attention immediately. All parts of these plants contain toxins that may affect a dog’s heart and nervous systems.